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Chaining functions: Apply a chain of functions to a variable value

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This class can apply a chain of functions to a variable value.

It can take the value of a variable and calls functions passing its value as parameter.

The result of those functions is stored in a class variable and the class object is returned, so other functions may be called in a chain.

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Some applications need to call multiple PHP functions one after another in a chain but sometimes the resulting code is not very readable.

This class provides a solution that can call given global PHP functions in a chain.

The functions return the class object, so the function calls can be chained.

The resulting value is stored in a class variable, so it can be passed to the next function in the chain.

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